fasciculus definition

  • noun:
    • big money of anatomical materials, since muscle tissue or nerve. Also called fascicle.
    • a little bundle of neurological, muscle or tendon fibers.
    • just a little bundle; a fascicle.
    • A division of a novel.
    • just like fascicle.
    • particularly In anatomy, big money; a set of something, as fibers, banded or bundled collectively.
    • big money of anatomical materials, as of muscle tissue or neurological. Also referred to as fascicle.
    • A nosegay.
    • a little bundle of neurological, muscle or tendon fibers.
    • big money of fibers (especially nerve materials)
    • slightly bundle; a fascicle.
    • A division of a novel.
    • Same as fascicle.
    • Specifically In anatomy, a bundle; a collection of one thing, as materials, banded or bundled collectively.
    • A nosegay.
    • a bundle of materials (especially nerve materials)
    • big money of anatomical fibers, at the time of muscle or nerve. Also known as fascicle.
    • a little bundle of nerve, muscle mass or tendon fibers.
    • only a little bundle; a fascicle.
    • A bundle of anatomical materials, by muscle tissue or neurological. Also referred to as fascicle.
    • A division of a novel.
    • just like fascicle.
    • especially In structure, big money; a couple of something, as materials, banded or bundled collectively.
    • A nosegay.
    • big money of materials (especially nerve materials)
    • a little bundle of neurological, muscle mass or tendon fibers.
    • only a little bundle; a fascicle.
    • A division of a novel.
    • Same as fascicle.
    • Specifically In physiology, big money; a couple of one thing, as fibers, banded or bundled together.
    • A nosegay.
    • a lot of money of fibers (especially nerve materials)

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